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US has made no decision on Taliban prisoner transfer

How Pakistan helps the US drone campaign

In bin Laden town, father mourns another militant

British Shabaab operative killed in airstrike in Somalia

Bilal al Berjawi, a British citizen of Lebanese origins, "was from the early people who came to jihad in Somalia." Shabaab said he was killed today in a US drone strike. He was second-in-command to slain al Qaeda leader Fazul Mohammed.

Pakistan official says US military will be allowed to return, but not CIA drones

Al Qaeda planner had ties to UK extremists

US officials believe that the Jan. 11 drone strike in Miramshah, North Waziristan, killed Aslam Awan, a deputy to the leader of al Qaeda's external operations network. Awan is a Pakistani national from Abbottabad who is also known as Abdullah Khorasani.

AQAP commander says 'the Islamic Caliphate is coming'

Tariq-al-Dhahab.jpgTariq al Dhahab, the brother-in-law of Anwar al Awalki, has called for the release of al Qaeda prisoners in Yemen and the imposition of sharia, or Islamic law.

Senior al Qaeda leader killed in recent drone strike: report

Aslam Awan, a Pakistani from Abbottabad, is thought to have been killed in the Jan. 11 strike in North Waziristan. He was a deputy to al Qaeda's external operations chief.

US says al-Qaida magazine got into Guantanamo cell

From US boarding school to al-Qaida suicide bomber

Leaders of German al Qaeda cell living in Iran

Leaders of an al Qaeda cell that plotted a Mumbai-style attack in Europe in 2010 and fought alongside the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan are living in Iran.

Hakeemullah Mehsud: dead, or alive?

AQAP carries on after al-Awlaki

Algerian court sentences ex-Gitmo detainee to 3 years in prison

abdelaziz-Naji.jpgAn Algerian court sentenced Nadji Abdelaziz, a former Guantanamo detainee, to three years in prison on Monday. Abdelaziz served both Lashkar-e-Taiba and al Qaeda, according to memos prepared by Joint Task Force-Guantanamo.

European Human Rights Court rules on landmark terror case

Is Al Qaeda actually involved in the Syria uprising?

Prisoner trade motivated Norwegian's kidnap

AQAP fighters seize control of Yemeni town, swear allegiance to Zawahiri

Rada'a has been taken over by Tareq al Dhahab, the brother-in-law of slain AQAP ideologue Anwar al Awlaki.

Hakeemullah Mehsud rumored killed in recent drone strike

Hakeemullah-Mehsud-3-thumb.jpgThe report is unconfirmed. Pakistani officials said radio chatter among Taliban fighters indicates he is dead.